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Umphrey's McGee Live at Canopy Club on 2004-02-26

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Umphrey's McGee Live at Canopy Club on 2004-02-26


Topics Live concert


Disc 1
Set One:

01) Bright Lights, Big City
02) Example 1 >
03) Padget's Profile >
04) Q Bert >
05) Ocean Billy
06) Pay the Snucka (parts I & II) >
07) Padget's Profile *
08) The Haunt >
09) Jazz Odyssey >
10) Triple Wide >
11) Led Zepplin Medley ^

Disc 2
Set Two:

01) KaBump >
02) "Jimmy Stewart" >
03) Much Obliged >
04) Xxplosive >
05) Bridgeless
06) Sociable Jimmy

Disc 3
Set 2 Con't

01) #5
02) Last Man Swerving >
03) Jazz Oddessy# >)
04) August >
05) Pay the Snucka (part III)

Encore:
06) Crowd/Borting
07) All in Time


Collection UmphreysMcGee
Band/Artist Umphreys McGee
Venue Canopy Club
Location Urbana, Illinois

Source Schoeps Mk4v FOH + split Shure sm81 on stage facing the crowd + SBD (Delayed via TC Electronics D-Two) > Allen & Heath WZ14:4:2+ > Sony R500 > Teac Da-P20
Lineage D(m) > Audiophile 2496 > Samplitude 6.0 (48 > 44.1/fades) > CD Wave > mkwACT > SHN
Taped by Tom Kasperski
Transferred by Tom Kasperski

Notes

* eruption teases
^ Included How Many More Times, The Ocean, Immigrant Song, Four Sticks, No Quarter,
and Your Time is Gonna Come.
# Push the Pig theme.

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Reviews

Reviewer: Winsome_Holstein_Nebula - favoritefavoritefavoritefavorite - February 13, 2012
Subject: Pour It All Over Yourself And Smile For Miles
This is the first full length show that got me really into UM. I’d never heard of the band a few years back in ’07 when I grabbed this. I was scoping out a reunion trip to Chi and wondered if Biddy Milligan’s was still there. Saw a bunch of great bands there. Also Wise Fools, Cubby Bear, and the Vic. There was an online listing opf bands playing at the Vic and Umphrey’s McGee was listed. I thought, “With a name like Umphrey’s McGee – you know it’s got to be good jam.” If you get the joke- you’re admitting you age…

So popped in a web search and found out this band had the snot and jammed like a frumious bandersnatch. One on online thingy referenced this show.

If you absolutely must have long trippy Garcia like jams that ebb, flow, howl, and occasionally meander like the Colorado River – you may have to do a quick re-think. If you do punt this – you’re missing a great opportunity to catch up on a really hip band. I’m a player and these guy’s are the real deal – they bring it. Many shows later – I still love this show.

The Umphsters have matured as players in the intervening years and they have practiced much and truly honed their chops have mad skills. Dey got some real snot, dem.

For a nice big goober sample, check out the J-O > Triple Wide > GTLO medley. It’s all about fun.
Reviewer: spaz420 - favoritefavoritefavoritefavoritefavorite - February 26, 2010
Subject: ( . Y . )
the jo > 3x > zep medley is one of my favorite segues this band has done.

too bad i had just turned 13 when this show happened....
Reviewer: canadianbacon626 - favoritefavoritefavoritefavoritefavorite - March 5, 2006
Subject: nice sound
illumin, you're a douche! This venue always has great sound, and insane guitar is always better with great sound.
Reviewer: Tsid420 - favoritefavoritefavoritefavoritefavorite - September 8, 2005
Subject: Holy Cow
Sic....the canopy is always nuts....one of there favorite spots...mine to...just down the road at U of I campus...this is one hell of a show...i recomend this be massively downloaded like the 9:30 D.C. show in december...GREAT SOUND....WOW.... ~UMPH~
Reviewer: quadforce - favoritefavoritefavoritefavoritefavorite - December 9, 2004
Subject: Heavy show
This is a fantastic UM show - great setlist, great sound, and even better playing.

This show holds a special place in my heart for a couple of different reasons and is one of the better I've seen live. One of the best of 2004 - Get it!
Reviewer: illumin - favorite - August 9, 2004
Subject: boring mindless dribble
not worth listining too. second rate posers.
Reviewer: bisq - favoritefavoritefavoritefavoritefavorite - July 12, 2004
Subject: One of the years best
This is one of my favorite shows from year so far. I really don't think its that dark of a show, rather a mix of styles that shows what UM is capable of on a good night. There are some heavy tunes and jams (such as padgetts, snucka III, bridgeless), some great crowd pleasers (all in time, much obliged, august, etc), great mellower jamming tunes (20 min kabump, the Haunt, etc.), some rarities and surprises (q-bert, xxxplosive, Led Zepplin Medley). Show flows well and never really lets up. All in all, a 5 star performance and a recommended download.
Reviewer: A.J.K. - favoritefavoritefavoritefavoritefavorite - June 1, 2004
Subject: double post
oops
Reviewer: A.J.K. - favoritefavoritefavoritefavoritefavorite - June 1, 2004
Subject: HOT STUFF
I'm going to have to agree with the previous reviewers, I've been listening to a great deal of the '04 shows recently and this one stands out as one of the best.
Reviewer: Stupac - favoritefavoritefavoritefavoritefavorite - May 25, 2004
Subject: HOT SHIT
Lame opening song, but the rest of the show is HOT! 1st set couldn't have closed better, and the encore is incredible.
Reviewer: texasumphreak - favoritefavoritefavoritefavoritefavorite - April 17, 2004
Subject: mother of god
tighter than molasses, this must download will keep a smile onna you face-a for the duration. one of the top 3 shows out of the 70 i have listened to, the crowd and the band interaction is hilarious and just one more example of why i can't shake this band's talent out of my head. real guys- real feel, REAL good.
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